The Ulysses theme: a study in the adaptability of a traditional hero

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Barnes and Noble, 1964 - Comparative literature - 340 pages
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This is a survey, with all the strengths and limitations which that entails, of the figure of Odysseus from Homer through the first half of the Twentieth Century. Stanford had the required background ... Read full review

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This work contains a brilliant essay by Charles Boer as a Foreword, "The Classicist and the Psychopath." Read full review

Contents

CHAP FACI
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IT The grandson of Autolycus
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HT The favourite of Athene
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